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CHICAGO -- President Obama will travel to Chicago Tuesday to address a meeting of police chiefs from around the world and he's expected to call for stricter national gun laws.

White House aides say the president will address the international association of chiefs of police and he's well aware of the overwhelming problem of gun violence in the city.

He plans to address that and the broader topic of violence and how police can work more effectively to deal with it in their communities.